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Error moving mailbox from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2013

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Hi,

I am trying to move my mailboxes from my old exchange 2007 to the new Exchange 2013. To do that i use the Exchange 2013 ECP frontend.

I configure the migration job with no problem but when i ejecute it the job just disappears and it is no available anymore. In the event viewer a get de error 9001: "Could Not Contact with de migration service in server. Error: RPC error with the result 'MigrationJobNotFound'.

Any idea?

Thank you
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Hi,

Could you try to:
1. Create a new (and empty) mailbox on Exchange 2007.
2. Move just this mailbox in EAC.
3. If the move fails again, use the "New-MoveRequest" cmdlet in EMS (it doesn’t use the arbitration mailbox)

I guess:
1. You are running a multirole Exchange 2013 server (MBX+CAS), and the Exchange 2007 is a typical install (MBX+CAS+HUB).
2. You've checked the Exchange services on both servers and they are up and running.
3. Just in case - run "Test-ServiceHealth | select *running" to check the service health on both servers
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